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Creative Code Meetup XX Isaac Cohen, Michael Chang, Ian Heisters, Yousuke Fuyama

  • Gray Area Art + Technology 2665 Mission Street San Francisco, CA, 94110 United States (map)

Gray Area Art + Technology
2665 Mission St, San Francisco, California 94110

For our September Creative Code Meetup we are excited to have presentations from four very talented artists. From Dance to Dystopia, this Meetup will be an exciting view into creative works exploring the evolution of simulation, storytelling and performance. $5-$20 Donation-based entry to support Gray Area's continued programming. 

ARTISTS:
Isaac Cohen | http://cabbi.bo/
Isaac Cohen will present Enough, an exploration in interactive storytelling. Using the moniker ‘Cabbibo’, an homage to the late physicist Nicola Cabibbo, Isaac Cohen has published an eclectic array of works ranging from audiovisual fact-learning apps, interactive experiences made from recursive algorithms, to a real-time procedural music blogs where users traverse a universe of sound.


Michael Chang | http://ghost-hack.com/ 

Michael Chang will be discussing Post-Cyberpunk, asking, "How has the world and the cities we inhabit changed, thirty years after Blade Runner, Ridley Scott's vision of a dystopian future run by mega corporations?" Michael Chang explores these topics through his research while developing a city simulation. 


Ian Heisters | http://heistersgenerative.com/ 

Ian Smith-Heisters will present past and in-progress projects that demonstrate the use of generative systems in choreography and interactive installation. He will discuss some of the issues he has encountered making generative, interactive dance, both conceptually and technically, and how he has approached those issues.


Yousuke Fuyama | http://yousukefuyama.com/

Yousuke Fuyama is an artist, composer, programmer, visual and graphic designer, brain researcher and VJ. Yousuke resides in Japan though is currently in the Bay Area through the VARDA Artist Residency. Yousuke will present his latest visual and audio works.
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